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The Atlanta Small Business Show

The Atlanta Small Business Show is a daily online business show hosted by Atlanta based entrepreneur duo, Jim and Bridget Fitzpatrick. Airing weekdays, the show features in-depth interviews with local business leaders, entrepreneurs, startup founders, best selling authors, dignitaries, and thought-leaders on all aspects of running a successful business. We also cover events and business receptions to give you an inside look at Atlanta’s thriving business scene. Don’t miss it!


This show also airs on CBS46 and Peachtree TV every weekend. Visit our TV show page for more details and scheduling.

culture

Building a culture of trust in your small business with CultureWise’s David Friedman

The last time we spoke to David Friedman, Founder, and CEO of CultureWise and author of "Culture by Design: How to Build a High-Performing Culture Even in the New Remote Work," we talked about the importance of employee trust...
Barista Lab

The Atlanta Small Business Profile – Tiffany Lopez, Barista Lab

Today on the Atlanta Small Business Profile, host Ted Jenkin has a conversation with Tiffany Lopez, Owner of Barista Lab. Barista Lab is diligently bridging the gap between coffee manufacturing companies and coffee consumers. The company provides a selection...

Bridge for Billions Co-Founder Pablo Santaeufemia Discusses Mentorship Program for Black Entrepreneurs

Bridge for Billions is one of the largest networks of entrepreneurship programs globally, connecting early-stage entrepreneurs with opportunities. Bridge for Billions partnered with Visa to offer mentorships to support Black and African American entrepreneurs in U.S. cities like Atlanta.  Although...
George Deeb

VC Expert George Deeb on the Four ‘Ms’ of Evaluating Startups

At some point in your startup journey, you're going to need some capital to expand. That is for sure. So what do investors look for when evaluating startups? What's attractive and what's not? On today's show, we're talking to...

Why Atlanta’s Talent Pool Makes the City a Powerful Startup Hub – Burunda Prince,...

We are continuing to explore the angel investing scene here in Atlanta, and where it is headed. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Burunda Prince, Chief Operating Officer at the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship,...

Alex Goldfayn on How to Overcome Entrepreneurial Hardships and Thrive in Business

When you become the leader of an organization, start a business, or take any kind of an entrepreneurial path, oftentimes you are also met with fear and doubt along the way. On today's show, we are pleased to welcome...
atlanta

Why Atlanta is the best city to start a business and acquire funding –...

Atlanta has become a city of growth for founders, entrepreneurs, and investors. However, these startups cannot grow without the help of seed investors. We’re joined now by one of Atlanta’s leading angel investors, Mike Ross, President of MHR International,...

Sig Mosley and John Yates Discuss Atlanta’s Vibrant Tech Scene in 2021

Over the course of the last few years, we’ve seen a number of Atlanta startups reach unicorn status. Meaning these companies are valued at an excess of $1 billion. Global funding has increased 150% year-over-year with a record of...
State of Startups in the Southeast

Findings from the Latest State of Startups in the Southeast with Mark Flickinger, COO...

The southeast United States has become an area of intense focus for investors, according to The State of Startups in the Southeast by Panoramic Ventures. This report gives an overview of the venture capital and startup ecosystem in the...
inflation

What Rising Inflation Means for Small Business Owners – LJ Suzuki of CFOShare

The price of goods and services continues to rise. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in September, the index for food rose to 0.9%, the energy index increased 1.3%, and the gasoline index rose 1.2%. No matter...
gender

Bolstering Economic Growth by Closing Gender Gaps between Entrepreneurs

Women can play a pivotal role in a nation’s economy. However, they face many gender bias constraints when they try to create new businesses....
software

Is Your Small Business Using Collaborative Software? If Not, Should It Be?

For larger established teams, collaboration software is indispensable, but for early-stage start-ups with few or no employees, there may not yet be a need....
high-pressure work

Helping Your Employees Cope with a High-Pressure Work Environment

A high-pressure work environment can be a sign that your company is ambitious and productive. A high-pressure work environment can drive your employees to...
Mike Michalowicz

3 Critical Questions Entrepreneurs Need to Ask About Their Marketing Plans with Mike Michalowicz

Are you struggling to effectively market your business? If so, Mike Michalowicz, serial entrepreneur, leader of two new multi-million-dollar ventures, and author, recommends asking...
accelerator program

Considering an Accelerator Program to Launch Your Venture? Here’s What You Need to Know

Startup accelerators are a great way and an excellent resource for ventures to quickly move into the next phase of their careers. In essence,...